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Leg mounting brackets attached to the robot chassis
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Cut four pieces of connector wire to a length of 6-1/2 inches each Cut four pieces of heat-shrink insulator tubing to a length of 1/4inch each Use Figure 611 to attach the motor to a 4-connector female header using the connector wire Use the heat-shrink tubing to protect from shorts at the header
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When the motor has been wired to the header, attach it to the robot chassis with the two mounting nuts and bolts that came with the motor kit Figure 612 shows the position of the motor mounted to the chassis
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Twin motor gearbox fastened to the robot chassis
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Constructing the Body Covers and Tail Section
The next step will be to construct the robot s top body cover The body cover is made up of three parts and will also carry three AA battery holders and batteries that are used as the power supply for the direct current motors Cut a piece of the 1/16-inch thick aluminum to a size of 2-1/4 inches by 4-1/4 inches Use Figure 613 as a cutting, drilling, and bending guide This piece is the robot s head cover piece, and is identified with the letter I
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FIGURE 613
Cutting, drilling, and bending diagram for head cover piece
Cut another piece of the 1/6-inch thick aluminum to a size of 51/2 inches by 6 inches Cut, drill, and bend the piece, as shown in Figure 614 This piece will make up the body cover, and is attached to the head cover piece This piece is identified as J Locate mounting bracket (F) and use it to join the head cover piece (I) to the body cover piece (J) using two 6/32-inch 1/2-inch machine screws and locking nuts, as shown in Figure 615 When the two pieces are joined, wire three single AA battery holders in series, as shown in Figure 616, so that a total of 45 volts are produced Solder the negative and positive outputs to a 2-connector male header Use a glue gun to glue the battery holders to the top body cover in the position, as shown in Figure 615 Figure 617 shows the completed top body cover from the top view
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FIGURE 614
Cutting, drilling, and bending diagram for body cover piece
FIGURE 615
Pieces I and J attached with mounting bracket underside view
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FIGURE 616
Motor power supply wiring diagram
FIGURE 617
Completed top body cover top view
The robot s tail section will be added to the end of the chassis and will contain the 9-volt battery holder and 9-volt battery The tail will swing from side to side as the robot walks, adding to the reptilian realism of the robot To construct the tail section, cut two pieces of 1/16-inch thick aluminum to a size of 6-3/4 inches by 21/4 inches Use the diagrams in Figure 618 (piece K) and Figure 619 (piece L) to cut, drill, and bend the pieces Construct the 9volt battery holder (piece M) using 1/16-inch thick aluminum, as detailed in Figure 620 Assemble each of the pieces, as shown in Figure 621, using three 6/32-inch 1/2-inch machine screws and locking nuts
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FIGURE 618
Upper tail section cutting, drilling, and bending diagram
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FIGURE 619
Lower tail section cutting, drilling, and bending diagram
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FIGURE 620
Battery holder cutting, drilling, and bending guide
FIGURE 621
Completed tail section with battery holder
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Wiring the Limit Switches
Mount the leg limit switches to the mounting brackets labeled G and H with appropriately sized machine screws and nuts, oriented as shown in Figure 622 Cut four wires to a length of 8 inches Solder two of these wires to a 2-connector female header Locate another 2-connector female header and solder the other two wires to it Protect each of the connections with a 1/4-inch length of heat-shrink tubing Cut two more wires to a length of 5 inches Wire up the leg limit switches, as shown in Figure 622 The finished leg limit switches with connectors and mounting brackets are shown in Figure 623 Attach the mounting brackets with the limit switches to the bottom of the chassis using four 6/32-inch 1/2-inch machine screws and locking nuts, as shown in Figure 624
FIGURE 622
Limit switch wiring diagram
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FIGURE 623
Completed limit switches wired and attached to mounting brackets
FIGURE 624
Limit switches and mounting brackets attached to chassis
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Constructing the Legs
The legs, feet, and motor shaft mounts will be created using 1/4inch 1/4-inch aluminum square stock Start by fabricating two motor output shaft mounts according to the dimensions shown in Figure 625 The two parts are identified as N and O When the pieces are finished, thread a 6/32-inch 1/4-inch machine screw into the hole that has been threaded with a 6/32-inch tap Figure 626 shows a completed motor shaft mount
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